• anonymous
Are there any similarites between the treatment of German Americans during WW1 and the treatment of Islamic Americans and Arab Americans after 9/11?
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  • 96mertcank96
they were looked down upon by radicals and most weren't accepted into jobs. they had an hard time getting cultural meetings and they were stopped by the police very often. Families with fathers or sons that were of to war hated these people as they were fighting against them.they couldn't share their beliefs out in the public without hatred being poured upon them. ideas by these people were often disregarded even if it was to bring good.
  • anonymous
Thanks so much. However, i need a more detailed summary in order to write a five-paragraph essay../:

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